Walking Through Anger: A New Design for Confronting Conflict in an Emotionally Charged World

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Listen. Validate. Explore Options.
These are the three essential components of Yield Theory™. In this clear and practical guide, you’ll learn Dr. Christian Conte’s revolutionary method for de-escalating conflict, promoting clear communication―and changing the way you relate to others in every part of your life.

With Forewords by:
Ron Potter-Efron, MSW, PhD, author of Angry All the Time and co-author of Letting Go of Anger and John Wetzel, secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

“Highly recommended! Dr. Conte engagingly offers an evolved and insightful perspective on how to effectively deal with one of the most significant issues of our time. If you are interested in an authentic solution to anger and conflict in today’s world―read this book.”
Rich Pfeiffer, MDiv, PhD, author of Anger Management Workbook and Curriculum, president of the National Anger Management Association (NAMA)

“In this truly excellent self-help book, Dr. Christian Conte teaches us that rather than ignoring conflict and anger, the solution is to “walk through” and experience them. In ten clear and engrossing chapters, he offers both a powerful philosophy by which to live life and an evidence-based set of procedures to help you do so. His Yield Theory™ approach to authentically listening to others with compassion, validating their thoughts and feelings, and exploring options for problem resolution is the cornerstone of conflict reduction and self-improvement. Read this book and you will surely move forward towards personal happiness.”
Howard Kassinove, PhD, ABPP, author of Anger Management: The Complete Treatment Guide for Practitioners and coauthor of Anger Management for Everyone:

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